IBPS CWE-6 Clerk Pre & Main Exam Result, Admit Card, Selection Process, Pattern

IBPS CWE-6 Clerk Pre & Main Exam Result, Admit Card, Selection Process, Pattern: For the aspirants who had filled the application form of IBPS Clerk Exam 2016, your Admit card for the following exam has been tend to get uploaded in coming days on the Official Website of your exam i.e. www.ibps.in respectively.  So, be aware of it and regularly check our website for further details along with the official website as mentioned above in this paragraph. The Admit Card is for the IBPS Clerk VI Preliminary Exam conducted through Common Written Examination (CWE) offering a great job to various aspirants.

Institute of Banking Personnel Selection (IBPS) was established in 1975 and since then it is giving different kind of opportunity to interested candidates in various field just like this one. As per the News the exam is conducted every year by the board for the eligible candidates. Institute of Banking Personnel Selection given its services to Regional Rural Banks, State Bank of India (SBI), NABARD, SIDBI, Public Sector Banks, and RBI. 

IBPS Clerk 6 Admit Card 2016

In coming days the Institute of Banking Personnel Selection is all set to publish the IBPS Clerk VI Admit Card 2016 in their Official Website which is mentioned above as you can see. According to the news given by the board we can say that the admit of your Examination can be released after 17th November 2016 in the official website. So, be attentive for it and try your best to forget it because this is the most important things in your examination which tells your identity to other people or you can to exam maker. That’s why don't forget this significant piece of paper in order to give your examination without any problem. If you don't know about the date of examination then we are glad to inform you that your examination going to be held on 26th & 27 November, and 3rd & 4th December 2016. Indian Bank Recruitment 2016 Details check out the full information about this recruitment.

IBPS CWE Clerk VI 2016 Result

We known that many of candidate were waiting for this moment and now it is finally at your arm but the problem is that it will get online in November month. The day is far from now bit nothing is impossible because anything can happen between these days. So, don’t waste your time while searching here and there for the Admit card because it will be provided at the month of November. IBPS CWE-6 Clerk Exam Result will be declared sooner after the examination that mean in the month of December. Moreover we would like you to recommend that you should stay tuned with us for more details about your Result and other thing because we will give you the genuine information.

IBPS CWE Clerk VI 2016 Exam Pattern Details

Pattern of this examination is simple to understand, the exam will be of 200 marks and 2 hours will be allotted to the students for the completion. Aspirants should be aware of the negatives marking while answering the question because 1/4 marks be deducted every time you correct the wrong answer. 40 marks question will come from the section such as Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, English, Current Affairs and Computer Awareness. But the most important of all is that all the exam procedure is online that mean it is an online test. Moreover after qualifying this written test the candidates will be called for the Interview which is of 30 marks.

IBPS CWE-V Clerk 2016 Pre & MainExam Important Date, Selection Process

Name of Examination:
Common Written Exam (CWE-VI)
IBPS Clerk 6 Pre Exam Date:
IBPS Clerk 6 Pre Exam Admit card:
7th to 11th November 2016
25th October to 7th November 2016
IBPS CWE-VI Clerk Pre Result 2016
December 2016
IBPS Clerk Main Exam Date:
31st December 2016, 1st January 2017
IBPS Clerk 6 Main Exam Admit card Availability:
Month of Dec 2016
IBPS CWE-VI Clerk Main Exam Result:
January 2017
Official Website:


Selection process: As we mentioned earlier that IBPS CWE Clerk VI Exam 2016 two phase’s examination first you have to qualify written test and then you will be called for Interview. So, the selection process is according to the marks occupied in Common Written Exam (Pre-Exam and Main Exam) and Interview.

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